Fairmont Community Development Partnership
Fairmont, WV - 26554

Contact

Fairmont Community Development Partnership

300 Second Street, Suite 2
Fairmont, WV - 26554
304.366.7600


See ALL Fairmont Low Income Housing Apartments ALL FAIRMONT Listings

The Fairmont Community Development Partnership (FCDP) is an independent 501 (c)3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to stabilizing and revitalizing Fairmont's neighborhoods.


Affordable Rentals
The FCDP is constructing brand new, affordable rental units in the Maple/Ogden and Virginia Gaston Neighborhoods. New rental homes, duplexes, and townhouses are a mixture of three and four bedroom units, fully equipped with all appliances. Both of these neighborhoods are undergoing revitalization efforts and are within close proximity to Downtown Fairmont and the new I-79 Gateway Connector.

Monthly rent ranges from $465 to $561, depending on the size of the unit. The Partnership includes water, sewage, and trash in the rent price. A security deposit and one year lease are required for all units. All units are smoke-free and no pets are allowed.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.



Fairmont Community Development Partnership Community Questionnaire
Are you familiar with Fairmont Community Development Partnership? Help PublicHousing.com users find out answers.

We publish all Helpful information.

If you know the apartment costs, let us know.

Do you know any waiting list details? Let us know..

Are these apartments safe? Please let us know details.

Are Pets allowed? Please let us know any details.

Which utilities are included in the rent?

Are you familiar with this location? What is your opinion of it?

Have you had any experience with the office personnel? How were they?






See ALL Fairmont Low Income Housing Apartments ALL FAIRMONT Listings


Low Income Apartments Nearby

* Mileage is based as direct lines from geocoded point to point (as the crow flies). Please check google maps for exact directions and road miles.



Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2019 - effective January 2019
Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,180 for each additional person.
1 $12,490
2 $16,910
3 $21,330
4 $25,750
5 $30,170
6 $34,590
7 $39,010
8 $43,430

*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.


Leave a Comment


Apartment Checklist
Check For Waiting Lists
Most apartments have waiting lists. Search early and do not just settle on one apartment choice.

Contact Your Local Housing Authority
Housing authorities have many opportunities. Many do have closed waiting lists, but they may be able to provide other public housing resources.

Check The Federal Poverty Sliding Scale Guidelines
Check to see if you qualify for low cost or free housing by comparing the guidelines to your income records.



Search by zip code
© 2008 - 2019 PublicHousing.com Affordable Housing Network